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Edward L Wilson, Blind stamp for Edward Wilson, [Scenes of the Orient], 1882, Stereoview, detail, Jefferson Stereoptics, Courtesy of John Saddy (Auction, Tues. August 29th & Thurs. August 31st, 2006, # 06-3, Lot 553), LL/13864
 
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702.01   Marketing: Stamps
Types
702.02   Wet stamps
702.03   Blind and embossed stamps
Purpose
702.04   Stamps: Studio
702.05   Stamps: Distribution
702.06   Stamps: Estate
Photographers and their stamps
702.07   Brassaď: Wet stamps
702.08   Elliott Erwitt: Wet stamps
702.09   Martin Munkácsi: Wet stamps
Magnum wet stamps
702.10   Robert Capa: Magnum wet stamps
702.11   Henri Cartier-Bresson: Magnum wet stamps
Case studies
702.12   Views of Rome taken by Adriano de Bonis signed by Achille Quinet
 
  
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